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185. The MIR-Method For When You Feel Fragmented — 8 Comments

  1. Thank you for this article. It gives me hope to reclaim my energy. I experienced 2 major life changes over lapping each other in 2023. I’ve been experiencing a sense of Overwhelm & having difficulty taking the necessary action steps to resolve the situation.
    I will faithfully resume using the MIR-Method to help me. Thank You!!!

  2. I love to spend my time hula hooping to music or making art. When I am doing those things I feel happy, creative, and joyful.

    • Dear Denise,
      Sounds like you are fragmented… Is it possibe for you to go out in nature to regain some quiet in yourself?
      Hope you can find ‘yourself’ back!
      Greetings from the Netherlands!
      Mireille Mettes

  3. Thank you Mireille, I am guilty of scrolling through websites and Facebook for way too long…now I know where that drained, empty feeling comes from. I used to do so many hobbies; sewing, knitting, calligraphy, art. I honestly don’t know why I stopped, except for getting hooked on the internet.
    Thank you for pointing out the connection between doing what we love and feeling like a whole person again!

    • Dear Renie,
      I feel SO excited that you got the message! Thank you for receiving it! Hope you will find your way back to the knitting wool and yes… calligraphy! I have just started that myself again. Takes some time to get the feel of the calligraphy pens back again.
      Wishing you lots of love with your rich life again!
      Greetings, Mireille Mettes
      P.S. I am preparing myself to leave Facebook and trying to inspire as many people as possible to follow me. 🙂

  4. Thank You, Mireille. This article hit me really.

    To be fragmented is so very easy, to fall in to.
    But to work with a hobby is so important.
    I know this, but seldom take care off doing.
    The tric is to concentrate the mind.
    To focus on the important things in life.

    Thank You / Rolf

    • Dear Rolf,
      Yes indeed, to become aware of what is most important in life is 1 step. However, it also helps to put your hobby in sight. For example, dusting off your guitar and placing it visible in your living room. Then, after a few days you will start to pick it up and do some chords. Then you will feel the love for music again. Sometimes focusing only in your head just doesn’t do the trick.
      Good luck!
      Greetings, Mireille Mettes

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